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Event | Cyber-Insecurity RESCHEDULED

This event is hosted by the Digital Humanities Initiative and the Global Studies Program. Cyber-Insecurity: Everything You Ever wanted to know about Encryption but were Afraid to Ask Tuesday, April 18th, 7:00pm Orozco Room (712), 66 West 12th st. With the safety of journalists and activists becoming less certain and international cyber attacks on the […]

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online teaching

Online Teaching & Education- Faculty Discussions

Coming up this fall semester, full-time and part-time New School faculty are invited to discussions presented by Ilan Jacobsohn on the current state of online teaching, as well as presentations on faculty experiences in virtual teaching environments. October 17th: An Overview with Examples of Effective Online Teaching We have all experienced the traditional classroom in one way or […]

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Chesnutt Archive

Redesigning a Literary Archive for the Modern Web

One of the projects that the DHI has taken on over the summer is a redesign of the Charles Chesnutt Archive, a digital archive maintained by the dean of Eugene Lang College, Dr. Stephanie Browner. It was created by Dr. Browner in 1995 at Berea College and has been an invaluable source of Chesnutt’s work […]

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Sarah Sze's World on a String, featured on Shannon's Blog

Faculty Profile | Shannon Mattern

When we started thinking about Wikipedia and feminism, we immediately went to see what Shannon Mattern had to say about it. On December 4th, Project Continua and The Digital Humanities Initiative are teaming up for a Wikipedia-Edit-A-Thon, a public event to right and write women’s history (see our Events section for details.). As a crowd-sourced website editable by anyone, Wikipedia has […]

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